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1 NineSigma Inc. -Connecting technology seeks with solution providers around globe Title of Proposal: “Active Hydraulic Resistances on the basis of Butterfly Valve for Constant Flow through Parallel Hydraulic Pistons (REQUEST # )” January 29, 2007 Obninsk / Moscow Intellectual & other Property Rights to the Information contained in the presentation are held by PlasmaVenture Ltd. with all Rights reserved ©

2 The purpose researches The Base Scheme. :

3 The purpose researches Other system specifications include the following :

4 The purpose researches The successful technology will:

5 The purpose researches Title of Proposal: “Active Hydraulic Resistances on the basis of Butterfly Valve for Constant Flow through Parallel Hydraulic Pistons (REQUEST # )” The uniqueness of the technical offer from PlasmaVenture Ltd. consists in using Local Remeshing Scheme fig.2,4 code FLUENT v.6.3 for an adequate adaptation of algorithm of turn (fig.3) (rotations) Butterfly Valves (fig.1) on a settlement optimum corner for active correction of corresponding hydraulic resistance of a target path and maintenance constant flow rate of L/min on an output of installation, and also algorithm of dynamic moving Pistons (on a dynamic mesh) in different directions (60 cycles/min). In our opinion, it is an efficient and reliable method of the hydraulic resistance management aimed at maintenance of the constant charge on an output of system Parallel Hydraulic Pistons (fig.5,6) can be reached only by means of multiple calculations (CFD code FLUENT v.6.3) that allow to find an optimum corner of turn of every Butterfly Valve as well their size and form (fig.1). The problem lies in the target pipes ‘length optimization‘(fig.5, 6) and the location Butterfly Valves (fig.6).In order decrease the probability of occurrence of pulsations of the charge after rotation separate Butterfly Valve and whirlwinds after a bend of the pipeline (knee) we should take into consideration question porous bodies accommodation or Grids with fine cells (two pieces) in a target modular collector (fig.5, 6).

6 The purpose researches Figure3. Possible algorithm for Butterfly Valves. Fig. 2 The dynamic mesh. Fig. 4 The dynamic mesh. Benchmark RFP # of DYNAMIC MESH with Remeshing Sheme to Model a Butterfly Valve Fig 1.The scheme for Butterfly Valve

7 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # Variant 1 Fig. 5 Variant 1 (short pipes and 2 Butterfly Valves )

8 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # Variant 2 Fig. 6 Variant 2 (Long pipes and 4 Butterfly Valves).

9 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # Local Remeshing Scheme code FLUENT v.6.3 for adequate adaptation of algorithm of turn Butterfly Valve.

10 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # MESH in PRE-PROCESSOR GAMBIT v.2.3

11 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # of DYNAMIC MESH with Remeshing Sheme to Model a Butterfly Valve

12 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # of DYNAMIC MESH with Remeshing Sheme to Model a Butterfly Valve

13 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # of DYNAMIC MESH with Remeshing Sheme to Model a Butterfly Valve

14 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # of DYNAMIC MESH with Remeshing Sheme to Model a Butterfly Valve

15 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # of DYNAMIC MESH with Remeshing Sheme to Model a Butterfly Valve

16 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # of DYNAMIC MESH with Remeshing Sheme to Model a Butterfly Valve

17 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # of DYNAMIC MESH with Remeshing Sheme to Model a Butterfly Valve

18 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # of DYNAMIC MESH with Remeshing Sheme to Model a Butterfly Valve

19 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # of DYNAMIC MESH with Remeshing Sheme to Model a Butterfly Valve

20 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # of DYNAMIC MESH with Remeshing Sheme to Model a Butterfly Valve

21 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # of DYNAMIC MESH with Remeshing Sheme to Model a Butterfly Valve

22 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # of DYNAMIC MESH with Remeshing Sheme to Model a Butterfly Valve

23 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # of DYNAMIC MESH with Remeshing Sheme to Model a Butterfly Valve

24 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # of DYNAMIC MESH with Remeshing Sheme to Model a Butterfly Valve

25 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # of DYNAMIC MESH with Remeshing Sheme to Model a Butterfly Valve Variant 1 (short pipes and 2 Butterfly Valves )

26 Benchmark RFP # Base Scheme for VARIANT 01 (short pipes and 2 Butterfly Valves ) Fragment “A” Fragment “B” (ZOOM)

27 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # Mesh of Base Scheme in Pre-Processor’s GAMBIT v

28 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # Part mesh of Base Scheme in Pre-Processor’s GAMBIT v

29 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # Part mesh of Base Scheme in Pre-Processor’s GAMBITv

30 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP #

31 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP #

32 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP #

33 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # of DYNAMIC MESH with Remeshing Sheme to Model a Butterfly Valve Test results of Variant 1 (short pipes and 2 Butterfly Valves ) without Porous Body and for moving Piston A (left) & Piston B (rigth)

34 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # EXAMPLE Adequate Adaptation of algorithm for rotation Butterfly Valve

35 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP #

36 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP #

37 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP #

38 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP #

39 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP #

40 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP #

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42 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP #

43 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP #

44 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # Central part – outlet pipe

45 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP #

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48 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP #

49 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP #

50 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP #

51 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP #

52 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP #

53 The purpose researches POSSIBLE 2D MESH Benchmark RFP # Possible Mesh of Base Scheme in Pre-Processor’s GAMBIT v

54 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # Base Scheme

55 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # Possible Mesh of Base Scheme in Pre-Processor’s GAMBIT v

56 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # FRAGMENT Possible Mesh of Base Scheme in Pre-Processor’s GAMBIT

57 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # FRAGMENT Possible Mesh of Base Scheme in Pre-Processor’s GAMBIT v

58 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # : Butterfly Valve // POSSIBLE FILE “ UDF” on MACROS ”C” code FLUENT v.6.3

59 The purpose researches Benchmark RFP # : Moving Piston // POSSIBLE FILE “ UDF” on MACROS ”C” code FLUENT v.6.3 Consider the following example where the linear velocity is computed from a simple force balance on the body in the x-direction such that where v is velocity, F is the force and m is the mass of the body. The velocity at time t is calculated using an explicit Euler formula as

60 The purpose researches Plan and Deliverable: Phase I / Stage 1: (April-June 2007). Purchase of the license on CFD code FLUENT v.6.3+Pre-processor's GAMBIT v Purchase a mobile workstation ' HP Compaq nw9240. Reception of drawings Working Prototype from the Customer. and designing of working area in a CAD package. Generation of a settlement grid. Test 2D (3D)calculations. A periodic report: technical and financial reports. Phase II / Stage 2: (June-September 2007) Development in language ‘C’ under programs (UDF) for a code FLUENT v.6.3 describing rotation Butterfly Valves and moving Parallel Hydraulic Pistons. Test calculations of various algorithms and designs. A periodic report: technical and financial reports. The expert opinion, presentation. Phase II / Stage 3: (October-December 2007) Optimization and calculations of a design and delivery of recommendations on active devices regulations of hydraulic resistance of a target path (Butterfly Valves) and optimum moving Parallel Hydraulic Pistons for maintenance of the constant charge on an output of installation in design modes ( L/min). A periodic report: technical and financial reports. The expert opinion, the presentation, the completed methodical description of procedure of calculation and post-processing in FLUENT v Pre-processor's GAMBIT v environment in the form of formats DOC, DBS, MSH, AVI, GIF. At the end of stages 2 and 3 two experts (Dr.A.Loginov and Ph.D А.Mikheyev, Ref.1) from SSC RF IPPE (Ref.2) will be involved. Ref. 1 'Lithium Jet Hydraulics'/ Article in Fluent News, USA, APPLIED COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS. VOL XIV ISSUE 3.FALL 2005.page // By Valeriy Kolesnik, Alexander Mikheyev, and Nikolay Loginov. Institute for Physics and Power Engineering, Obninsk, Russia: Ref.2 State Research Center of Russian Federation Institute of Physics and Power Engineering:

61 The purpose researches Proposed Budget : $210, of 9 months (April-December 2007) : PHASE I Stage 1: Purchase of the license on CFD code FLUENT v.6.3+ Pre-processor's GAMBIT v taxes 12% = $75, Purchase ($10,000.00) a mobile workstation ' HP Compaq nw9240 ' and the salary of a team 4 persons = $25, PHASE II Stage 2 : Salary of a team 4 persons = $40, Payment for work done by of scientific experts (2 persons) = $10, Stage 3: Salary of a team 4 persons = $40, Payment for work done by of scientific experts (2 persons) = $10, Total: 210, USD

62 The purpose researches Proposal Team Experience DIRECTION 1: Title: 'Lighting Up Plasma Lamps'/ Article in Fluent News, USA, APPLIED COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS. VOL XI ISSUE 2.FALL 2002.page 27 // By Alexander Palov, Arturo Keer, and Robin Devonshire, Cavendish Instruments Ltd.,Sheffield, UK. ( ), a Fluent businesswww.cavendishinstruments.com partner, is developing a general purpose plasma modeling environment that is fully coupled to FLUENT 6. The plasma components are derived from codes developed at Sheffield University to describe low and high pressure atomic and molecular gas discharges, which are used as radiation sources in general lighting or other more specialized applications. The governing equations used in these codes are of a fundamental and general nature, and when coupled to FLUENT 6, they create a powerful and novel 3D, time-dependent plasma modeling capability. Journal: Many satellites such as communication satellites, broadcasting satellites and meteorological satellites are in Earth orbits. These satellites have the duties to work normally in a tenuous charged particle environment. However, the charged particle environment happens to endanger to the performance of the spacecraft systems under certain conditions profoundly. Especially, low-energy plasma in the charged-particle environment causes “spacecraft charging” and is probable to induce ESD (electrostatic discharge) on the satellite. The ESD causes malfunctions or anomalies of the on-board electronics and/or the electric power systems, or degradation of the surface materials. These influences must be minimized to achieve high reliability and long mission lifetime of the spacecraft systems. Industrial experience: Analytical simulation of electron-beam induced charge-up phenomenon of insulating materials. Development of the on-board surface potential monitor and measurement of the surface potentials of insulating materials in space environment. Development of the mitigation technology of spacecraft charging. Title: “Research Activity in Mitsubishi Electric on Spacecraft Charging” Authors: Fujii, H., Palov, A., & Abe, T. Journal : Spacecraft Charging Technology, Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference held April, 2001 at ESTEC, Noordwijk, the Netherlands. Edited by R.A. Harris, European Space Agency, ESA SP-476, 2001., p.89 Bibliographic Code: 2001sct..conf...89F DIRECTION 2: 'Lithium Jet Hydraulics'/ Article in Fluent News, USA, APPLIED COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS. VOL XIV ISSUE 3.FALL 2005.page // By Valeriy Kolesnik, Alexander Mikheyev, and Nikolay Loginov. Institute for Physics and Power Engineering, Obninsk, Russia. Experience with CFD analysis preferably Thermal-Hydraulic. Wide range of industries, including: Fans, oil pumps, rotating cavities, seals, mixing equipment, Sliding mesh- MRF,SMM, Chemicals, Power Generation, Low-Emissions Combustions. Industrial experience: Expertise in fluid mechanics, turbulence, and heat transfer Demonstrated problem solving skills and engineering aptitude Demonstrated skills in writing and presenting successful proposals. Curiosity and enthusiasm for understanding and resolving business problems.

63 CFD fulfils orders in the Automotive, Aerospace, and Oil & Gas Industries in Russia. Address : PlasmaVenture Ltd Mosfilmovskaya Str. 17B Moscow Russia Contact: Dr. Alex Palov ( Project Director ) Mobile: Additional contact: Dr. Valeriy Kolesnik (CFD-consultant) Mobile: s:

64 The purpose researches 1. FLUENT 6.3. Theory Manual Fluent Inc. Central Source Park,10 Cavendish Court, Lebanon, NH 03766,USA. 2. GAMBIT User’s Guide Fluent Inc. Central Source Park, 10 Cavendish Court, Lebanon, NH 03766,USA. Bibliography : 6. 'Lithium Jet Hydraulics'/ Article in Fluent News, USA, APPLIED COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS. VOL XIV ISSUE 3 FALL 2005,page // Authors: By Valeriy Kolesnik, Alexander Mikheyev, and Nikolay Loginov. Institute for Physics and Power Engineering, Obninsk, Russia Title: 'Lighting Up Plasma Lamps'/ Article in Fluent News, USA, APPLIED COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS. VOL XI ISSUE 2.FALL 2002.page 27 // Authors: By Alexander Palov, Arturo Keer, and Robin Devonshire, Cavendish Instruments Ltd.,Sheffield, UK. Journal: Journal: 4. Title: “Research Activity in Mitsubishi Electric on Spacecraft Charging” Authors: Fujii, H., Palov, A., & Abe, T. Journal: Spacecraft Charging Technology, Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference held April, 2001 at ESTEC, Noordwijk, the Netherlands. Edited by R.A. Harris, European Space Agency, ESA SP-476, 2001., p.89 Bibliographic Code: 2001sct..conf...89F 5.


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